Memorable scenes from unmemorable episodes

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  1. Hikaru_Ichijo

    Hikaru_Ichijo Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Example: the classic look on Riker's face as he's getting grabbed by Merritt Butrick in "Symbiosis." I was eight years old when this episode first aired and always got a good laugh out of it whenever they reran it, especially when they showed that same clip in "Shades of Gray." :lol:

    What are your favorite/memorable scenes from other (forgettable) episodes?
     
  2. Ar-Pharazon

    Ar-Pharazon Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    I don't know if The Last Outpost is forgettable, but Data & Geordi with the Chinese finger trap was most memorable.
     
  3. jimbotron

    jimbotron Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Picard: SHUT UP, WESLEY!

    Beverly: Shut up, Wesley?

    (later)

    Beverly: SHUT UP, WESLEY!
     
  4. JirinPanthosa

    JirinPanthosa Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    In Last Outpost I found the laser whips very memorable.
     
  5. sadsquid

    sadsquid Lieutenant Red Shirt

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    The hilarious Guinan and Riker scene from The Dauphin. That episodes only redeeming feature IMO.
     
  6. RAMA

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    Picard's speech at the end of Justice about absolutes in rules. Fantastic

    RAMA
     
  7. jimbotron

    jimbotron Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Absolutely! :lol:

    "Shut up, kid! Tell me more about....my eyes."
     
  8. Mott the barber

    Mott the barber Commodore Commodore

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    Riker: Are you conscious?

    Geordi: Do I LOOK conscious? :lol:
     
  9. Mott the barber

    Mott the barber Commodore Commodore

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    Just re-watched "The Icarus Factor" and the scene where Data tries to talk to Worf in 10-Forward is great.

    Data: (paraphrased) We like you...we are your friends...

    Worf: BEGONE!
     
  10. Lt. Cheka Wey

    Lt. Cheka Wey Commander

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    Up The Long Lader. Riker ''washing feet''.
     
  11. CorporalCaptain

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  12. Ar-Pharazon

    Ar-Pharazon Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    BEGONE!......sir :lol:
     
  13. SchwEnt

    SchwEnt Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Picard getting chewed out by the Admiral in "Descent".

    Then the follow-up line "The moral thing to do, was not the right thing to do."

    Only good things to come out of that one. Never liked "Descent".
     
  14. heavy lids

    heavy lids Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    A majority of what happened in "The Last Outpost"...the chinese finger trap, Ferengi jumping around like morons, laser whips, etc.
     
  15. Flying Spaghetti Monster

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    I nominate this thread, or one like it, be put in General Trek Discussion.
     
  16. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Picard & Q in their wonderful Shakespeare banter from Hide & Q. One of TNG's best scenes... The episode? Meh...
     
  17. jimbotron

    jimbotron Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    "JUST DINNAE LIGHT THAT CANDLE!"
     
  18. Mott the barber

    Mott the barber Commodore Commodore

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    Haha... how could I forget the "sir"!?
     
  19. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    I like Schisms, but it's rarely ever a topic of discussion. However, Data's poem about Spot is infamous